When will the federal unemployment rate reach 4.5 percent?

It is a question that the federal government is asking, and one that is likely to be answered by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Wednesday.

The Bureau’s preliminary report is expected to show that the U.S. has a 4.9 percent unemployment rate, which is higher than the 3.9% recorded in October.

The rate is a measure of the number of people actively looking for work.

That is a good thing, as it helps to keep the economy on track and allow the government to spend more money on programs to help people who are searching for work or finding jobs.

But there is still some work to do, including a report from the Bureau’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) showing that the unemployment rate actually dropped to 4.4 percent in October from 4.6 percent in September.

The decrease in the unemployment numbers is largely attributed to a slight increase in the number and number of Americans actively seeking work.

But the unemployment number does not reflect the overall number of jobs that Americans have.

The BEA is expected at this point to show a slightly higher unemployment rate than the Bureau reported last week, and it will be the second straight month that the Bureau is expecting to report a higher unemployment number than the final number released.

The last time the unemployment figure was 4.3 percent was in September of last year.

That was when the unemployment dropped to a little under 4 percent, which was the lowest it has been since the recession began.

It was then that the Labor Department reported that the labor force participation rate had increased to 62.7 percent, the highest level since July 2007.

However, this report is just the latest in a series of reports showing that jobs are not returning to their peak in many areas.

In December, the Labor Center released a report that showed that the overall jobless rate had fallen to its lowest level since November of 2008.

It also noted that the number for the private sector, which includes private-sector workers, dropped from its peak in December of 2009.

The number for non-farm payroll jobs also fell to its weakest level since January of 2010.

And the number is expected decline further in the coming months as people are able to find work.

However the BEA also noted last week that the jobless percentage fell from 4 percent in January of 2015 to 3.6% in October of this year.

The report comes after the Labor department released its preliminary employment report for the month of October, which showed that there were about 5.6 million jobs created.

It showed that more than 12.6.

million jobs were created in October, a figure that was a slight improvement over the previously reported 13.6million jobs created in September and a significant improvement over September’s record high of 11.3 million.